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Colts got milk (sponsor)

July 28, 2009
KEYWORDS Sports Business

milkIndianapolis Colts officials this morning announced they signed a deal to make Fair Oaks Farms Milk the Official Milk of the team. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. 

“They will be supplying the milk for our players, coaches and staff throughout the year,” said Tom Zupancic, Colts senior vice president of sales and marketing. “The Colts and Fair Oaks Farms are like minded Indiana companies that stress quality, health and community. Just like the Colts, Fair Oaks Milk and the Dairy Adventure are truly an experience.”

“As a real Indiana dairy we understand the commitment, hard work, and dedication that is required to be a winner on and off the field,” said Fair Oaks Farms CEO Gary Corbett. 

Fair Oaks Farms, located about 100 miles north of Indianapolis, is one of the largest family owned dairy farms in the country. They’re known for all-natural cheeses, bottled milk, and gourmet ice cream, all made from the milk of the dairy’s cows that have received no added hormones or antibiotics.

Fair Oaks Farms and the Dairy Adventure offer an up-close dairy farm experience which has attracted more than 1 million visitors since it opened in 2004.
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